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Manager, Infectious Disease Control, Middlesex-London Health Unit

The Middlesex-London Health Unit has an exciting opportunity to work in
a multidisciplinary environment and collaborate with other Health Units
and healthcare providers.  The successful candidate will manage
the Infectious Disease Control Team, whose responsibility is the
prevention and control of communicable diseases.  The team
routinely carries out programs related to infection control in
institutions (daycare's and long-term care facilities) and personal
services settings (tattoo and piercing parlours).  The team is
also responsible for the prevention and control of communicable
diseases in the community, such as tuberculosis, meningitis, hepatitis,
etc. and the management of communicable disease outbreaks.  

Requirements include a Masters in Health or a related field and either
a B.Sc. in Nursing with a current certificate of competence from the
College of Nurses of Ontario or a B.Sc. in Applied Sciences
(Environmental Health) with certification as a Public Health Inspector
from the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors. 
Experience in program development and evaluation, along with excellent
computer, communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills are also
required.  The ability to communicate in French or other languages
would be considered an asset.  Please see
http://www.healthunit.com for further information about our services
and programs.

Please apply by July 28, 2006, to

Human Resources Department
Middlesex-London Health Unit
50 King Street
London, ON  N6A 5L7
Fax: (519) 663-5086
[email protected]

Information concerning applicants is collected under the authority of
the Health Protection & Promotion Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. H-7, as
amended, and will be used to consider suitability for employment. 
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be
contacted.  The Health Unit is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Mission of the Middlesex-London Health Unit, a teaching health
unit, is to promote wellness, prevent disease and injury, and protect
the public's health through the delivery of public health programs,
services and research.